Lost House: West Jordan

Salt Lake County Tax Appraisal Photographs, serial 37-121.

Located at approximately 1200 West and 7267 South in West Jordan, Utah, this house was built circa 1888.  This image was taken by the Salt Lake County Tax Assessor in 1938. By 1970 the tax assessor notes that this house was “vacant and abandoned, windows and doors broken and boarded up. Partitions and floors falling in.” It appears that it was torn down by 1976.

Plot plan drawing of house, 1938. Salt Lake County Tax Appraisal Cards, serial 37-121.

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1 Response to Lost House: West Jordan

  1. Lance O. says:

    I love your “Lost Houses” posts. Thank you!

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